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I can't tell what the problem is from information given, but I solved a similar issue by changing my DNS server. You might want to try following these instructions(google) to use google DNS.
What ive looked into doing in the past (i havnt had time to set it all up yet though ) is using a load balancing router. It wont allow 1 machine to use 2 connections at once but it will allow multiple machines to connect to the via the load balancing router that will automatically switch the connections depending on load. So essentially you could have ...
You can troubleshoot with the -X flag, e.g. sendmail -X /tmp/sendmail This will log all SMTP traffic to /tmp/sendmail. At first glance, it looks like you are trying to relay to a domain not hosted by Gmail, which would require authentication.
If PC1 is now connected to the Internet, then the following commands will assure that PC2 is also connected to the Internet. On PC1: sudo iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -j MASQUERADE On PC2: sudo ip ro add default via 192.168.2.1 dev eth0
Try running this web-app: http://isp-monitor.appspot.com/ It tests your internet connection every 10 seconds. If you login, it can aggregate results and you can generate a report with connectivity % for the last days or month. No install. Free to use.
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